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Japon van gebrocheerde zijde met beige fond waarop blauw stippelmotief, enkellang met hoge taille, gladde rok en lange mouw voorzien van pofmouwen, ceintuur, rolnaden en geplooide stroken van effen leverkleurig satijn, anoniem, ca. 1810 - ca. 1815

Gown with tiny dots, anonymous, c. 1810 - c. 1815 - Rijksmuseum

Gown of dark green with green iridescent taffeta with increased waist skirt's seam thickened as "rouleau"...circa 1810

1810 Japon van donkergroene met groen changeant tafzijde met verhoogde taille, rokzoom verdikt als 'rouleau'.

Evening Dress 1818 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Evening dress Place of origin: England (made) Date: ca. 1818 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with silk, trimmed with satin decoration, wired epaulettes, hand-sewn

Evening dress 1805, unknown country Embroidered cotton muslin Münchner Stadtmuseum

In Pretty Finery on FB Evening dress unknown country Embroidered cotton muslin Münchner Stadtmuseum

Visiting ensemble (back view) - American - c 1818

Visiting ensemble Date: ca. 1818 Culture: American Medium: silk Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1980 Accession Number: b

Regency Dress, Wrap Front Gown. Jane Austen. CUSTOM MADE to order

Jenna Coleman in Death Comes to Pemberley (wearing a regency-era dress that flatters a curvier figure!

Jane Austen's World blog - "Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period" - research-based article on the rise in popularity of machine nets in evening gowns.

Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period

Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period, by Vic. Jane Austen fans are familiar with the high-waisted muslin dresses popular during her adulthood. How many are aware that machine-made net or gauze became a “hot” item from 1810 and on?